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9 thoughts on “ Prisoner Of Love - Billy Eckstine - The Golden Hits Of Billy Eckstine (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. To me Billy Eckstine in my opinion is the best singer of the 20th century. And this album from start to finish show his magical talent. This CD from beginning to end is just a small sample of what the man could do. From his early days in the big band era to his recordings for Motown Records and everything in between.5/5(3).
  2. Products of Billy Eckstine on COVID Because of processes designed to ensure the safety of our employees, you may experience a delay in the shipping of your order. Movies & TV Music Vinyl Gifts & Collectibles Books & Magazines. All Jukebox Hits (CD) $ CD Sale. Add to Cart (3) Billy Eckstine. (CD) $
  3. Love Billy's voice and wish the choice of songs were more suited for His talent. The songs types that I do like are great. I realize that likes and dislikes vary, so the Ten Songs I do like kept me happy. "I apologize" is Billy's quintessential song/5(24).
  4. Taking A Chance On Love: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release. Billy Eckstine Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts billy eckstine greatest hits.
  5. Prisoner of Love: The Romantic Billy Eckstine (Savoy Jazz) - this is a reissue of Timeless Billy Eckstine. All of My Life (Jasmine) - 2CD anthology (contains 35 tracks recorded for the MGM label; also includes all 10 of his RCA recordings; and 10 of his – Mercury recordings).
  6. Arthur Prysock With Buddy Johnson & His Orchestra - I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone () Charlie Parker - Lover Man () Billy Eckstine & His Orchestra - Prisoner of Love () Ella Johnson With Buddy Johnson & His Orchestra - Since I Fell for You () Cab Calloway & His Orchestra - San Francisco Fan ()
  7. David Says: 2. I Got It Bad & That Ain't Good - Ivie Anderson & Duke Ellington's Orchestra 3. You Don't Know What Love Is - Billy Eckstine 4. I Want My Share Of Love - .
  8. Billy Eckstine, arranged by Billy Byers, orchestra conducted by Bobby Tucker - The Golden Hits of. - Music.
  9. The middle-class Eckstine hated the blues and work songs that Louis Armstrong and Jimmy Rushing sang in the early?æ40s. Eckstine's lush, deep baritone was as sophisticated as his sense of style, and although his star waned in the early?æ50s, he continued to record great albums with the likes of Count Basie, Quincy Jones and Pete Rugolo.

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